Detroit 1-8-7: Season 1, Episode 3

Nobody's Home/Unknown Soldier (5 Oct. 2010)

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Fitch & Washington and Longford & Majahan are assigned to what appears to be a deceptively straightforward investigation -- a woman is murdered in an apparent robbery -- but this is far ... See full summary »

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Fitch & Washington and Longford & Majahan are assigned to what appears to be a deceptively straightforward investigation -- a woman is murdered in an apparent robbery -- but this is far from an open and shut case. The detectives discover that the victim was a squatter in Brush Park, and they've tripped over something much bigger. Meanwhile, Stone and Sanchez find themselves drawn into the intriguing case of a murdered teenager found along with his father, a Vietnam veteran, who is severely beaten but still alive. Their investigation leads them to uncover a murderous scam involving vintage cars. Written by ABC Publicity

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Towards the end, the guys who killed the boy are given a choice between signing a confession or facing the death penalty. Michigan does not have the death penalty, as it was abolished in 1847 (except for treason). See more »

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[last lines]
Detective Louis Fitch: [Fitch interrupts Malloy's meal at a restaurant] Who's Sally Ellison?
[Malloy looks bewildered]
Detective Louis Fitch: *Who* is Sally Ellison?
Henry Malloy: Sit down, have a martini.
Detective Louis Fitch: [Fitch dips his fingers into one of the martinis, tastes it and smacks his lips] It's too dirty for me.
Henry Malloy: Would you like to speak in private? Here, let me give you my card, and...
Detective Louis Fitch: I know what happened. I know what you did. What's one small death when you're building an empire?
Henry Malloy: Look out there - schools, libraries. I've helped put up more than ...
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Living for the City
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Written by Stevie Wonder
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